Sallie Bentley & Stephan Green
Star: Sallie Bentley
Sallie is a Cobb County native, a graduate of Harrison High School and Kennesaw State University with a bachelor of science in public relations. Her extensive cheerleading background led to coaching in Cobb County School enrichment programs, North Cobb Christian School, and competitive and non-competitive gym settings in Georgia and Virginia.
She gained experience in the medical field at Vinings Surgery Center as a marketing and patient liasion. This fueled her desire to keep the promise she made to her grandmother, who passed from cancer, to benefit the lives of cancer patients. She participated in the Man & Woman of the Year competition for The Atlanta Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in 2017.
Sallie works in her family’s business, rf Services, Inc., a two-way communications distributor that has supplied the industry for 42 years. She previously served on the social committee for The RMHC Red Shoe Society and was a guest speaker at the Red Shoe Lunch benefitting The American Heart Association. She is the proud mother of 2 children and is excited to support DWTS of Loving Arms.
Instructor: Stephan Green
Stephan Green, originally from Cuba, Alabama, moved to metro Atlanta to learn Spanish when he was 7 years old. Recently, he listened to his heart and pursued his passion to become a professional dancer. Stephan began ballroom dancing in March 2019 and has fallen in love with the art. During his tenure at Alabama State University, he served as the captain of the co-ed cheerleading team. Stephan was also involved in the marching band, as well as the Student Government Association, serving as the first Communications Director. Stephan performs with The Ballroom Institute in Marietta.
Once Stephan became more knowledgeable about DWTS of LovingArms, he was all in. Stephan lost his grandfather to cancer in January 2019, and after taking one of his family members to her chemotherapy treatments, he saw how strong the survivors were and it made him realize to never take life for granted. Stephan performs in honor of various cancer survivors throughout his family and the memory of those who he has lost.